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Address

Mailing Address:

Air Quality
2145 Suttle Avenue
Charlotte,
NC 28208

Office Location:


2145 Suttle Avenue
Charlotte,
NC 28208

MAP

Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m - 5 p.m.

Contact

Megan Green
704-336-5430

​Regulated Business & Industry Information

Mecklenburg County Air Quality administers a local, state, and federal regulatory program to limit and minimize criteria and toxic air pollution from industrial sources. Air pollution reductions are achieved by reviewing applications, issuing permits, conducting inspections, responding to citizen requests for service, overseeing asbestos abatement from building demolition and renovation, and educating business and industry.​


Permitting and Compliance:
Forms
Spreadsheets for Calculating Emissions
Fees for Permitting & Annual Compliance
Air Dispersion Modeling
Stack Testing
Search Online for Permitting Facility Records
Recently Issued Title V Permits
Do I need an Air Quality Permit?- Boilers & Generators
- Crushers & Quarry Operations
- Coating/Printing/Painting
- Drycleaners
- Demolition/Renovation - Asbestos
- Gasoline Dispensing Facilities (Stage I)
- Transportation (Parking) Facilities

 

Forms:

Permit Application Forms:
What application forms do I need?
- Applications forms by Section
- Dispersion Modeling Protocol/Reports
- Gasoline Dispensing (Stage I)
- Transportation (Parking) Facilities
- Zoning Determination Form
- Fees for Permitting
- ALL FORMS

Monitoring/Recordkeeping Forms:
- Visible Emission Observation Form (Method 9)
Notification Forms:
- Demolition/Renovation - Asbestos
- Stack Test - Performance Test Notification
- Visible Emission - Performance Test Notification
Reporting Forms:
- Title V ACC and Semi-Annual Monitoring Report
- Annual Emissions Reporting Form
- Stage I (Gasoline Dispensing) Annual Report

 

Emissions Spreadsheets:

Bulk Gasoline Terminals
Coal Combustion
Concrete Batch Plants
Dual Fuel and Large Diesel Engines
Fuel Oil Combustion
Gasoline and Small Diesel Engines
Gasoline Dispensing (Stage I)
AP42 Emission Factors
Hot Mix Asphalt
Medical Waste Incineration
Natural Gas Combustions
Propane Combustion
Quarry and Crushing Operations
Wood Combustion
Wood Working Operations​
​Spreadsheets are used to calculate emissions for permit applications and annual emission reports. Use approved performance test results when available. If you experience difficulties with these spreadsheets, please e-mail Aaron Matijow.

 

Regulations:

Local and State Regulations:
- Mecklenburg County Air Pollution Control Ordinance (MCAPCO)
[Full Document]  [By Section]
- North Carolina State Regulations
Federal Regulations:
- Maximum Achievable/Generally Available Control Technology (MACT/GACT)
- National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)
- New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)
- State Operating Permit Programs (Title V)​
Rules by Industry:
- Autobody Shops (GACT 6H)
- Boilers (GACT 6J)
- Dry Cleaners
- Gasoline Dispensing Facilities (Stage I)
- Generators - RICE MACT/GACT
- Parking Lot an Deck Permitting
- 112(r) Chemical Accident Prevention Program (RMP)
- Solvent Alternatives​

 

Permitting Regulation and Resources:

Permitting Education Tools:
Permitting 101: - Do I need an air quality permit?
- How to prepare an application?
- How to understand your permit requirements?
- What is Attainment vs. Nonattainment?
- What are Prevention of Significant Deterioration
 (PSD) and New Source Review (NSR)?
Demolition & Renovation - Asbestos
When do I need to complete a demolition or
renovation notification form?​
General Air Quality Resources:
Air Toxics Inventory
Asbestos Information
Complaints: Odor and Dust Nuisances
National Ambien tAir Quality Standards (NAAQS)
State of the Environment Report
Search Online for Permitted Facility Records
Environmental Assistance Resources
Contact MCAQ​

Address

Mailing Address:

Air Quality
2145 Suttle Avenue
Charlotte,
NC 28208

Office Location:


2145 Suttle Avenue
Charlotte,
NC 28208

MAP

Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m - 5 p.m.

Contact

Megan Green
704-336-5430